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CSPAN
May 29, 2012 6:00am EDT
. may god bless our men and women in uniform, and may god bless the united states of america. [applause] >> think you very much, mr. president. -- think you very much. there is a tradition of the wall with a new name is red, it is honored. 10 new names were added to the wall. we ask families of these heroes to rise as their loved ones are red. -- are read. albert corava. [applause] joseph william albit. richard carld hunt. [applause] richard dwayne stalker. [applause] david mcqueen disowitz. walter allan grensy. frank a. miery. david lawrence deckerd. [applause] larry morgan kelly. [applause] johnny owen brooks. [applause] now there is the names of 58,282 heroes. ladies and gentlemen, please live at -- please rise as the president, first lady and other distinguished leaders take their place at the wall with the a place at a solid who represent not only loved ones, but all who served, suffered, it sacrifice in the name of freedom. joining the president and first lady is mrs. rose marie saber brown, wife of the medal of honor winner. joining the vice-president of the united states, joe bi
CSPAN
May 29, 2012 6:30pm EDT
influential spokesperson. he's been since 2001 on the united states commission on international religious freedom. and in a way embodied what this conference is around. he's certainly done his share of participating academic con fabs such as this one, but he's also a doer, and was until recently an interim pastor at the red bank church in chattanooga, tennessee. this is a man who's accomplished and a public resource and a pastor, he's also a man who holds a b.a. from princeton and from oxford. my guess is that nobody else besides richard lands holds degrees from princeton and oxford but also as he does a master december gree from the new orleans baptist theological seminary. richard? >> thank you. this sunday will be my last sunday as the interim pastor. they have a new pastor and they're very excited about it. sometimes people ask me, you preach every sunday in addition to everything else you do? i said that's the last thing i would give up. the thing i look forward to the most every week and the thing i find the most fulfilling every week is preaching to the same people and being in tou
CSPAN
May 29, 2012 1:00am EDT
built. thank you very much. we want to thank the lieutenant general and his staff with the united states of america vietnam memorial commemorative committee. the department of defense under the strong leadership of secretary of defense leon panetta has shown some really great leadership. they are making this day possible. this will be an amazing day that no one here ever forget. thank you for spending at memorial day with us. this ceremony will be unlike anything that has ever been hosted here before. this is indeed a special occasion for this memorial. i know that you will be moved and inspired. i want to be the first to invite everyone to come back for another wonderful event, veterans day as we commemorate the 30th anniversary of the vietnam veterans memorial. we will also gather across the street to break down for the education center at the wall. this is a place where heroes will be honored and the veterans of vietnam will be remembered and the veterans of iraq and afghanistan will be honored there. thank you very much to those of you who have served. i hope to see all of you in nov
CSPAN
May 29, 2012 4:30pm EDT
, not only will the nation's security be stronger, the united states will secure the moral high ground needed to encourage it's allies and global fora like the global financial task force in paris, the g-8 and g-20 to consider ownership registries as a new international norm. primary point i want to make today is that the mechanisms in the global financial system, that permit the laundering of illegal ivory proceeds of the same mechanisms, used by victor boot, drug cartels and terrorist groups. shell companies, secret bank accounts and a host of other opaque entities create a structure that facilitates poach o'clock of all types. corporate registries should be a priority for congress. thank you again for the opportunity to address the committee. my written testimony has been provided for further details. and i look forward to your questions. >> well, thank you very much. your full testimony will be placed in the record in full. we appreciate it. secretary general? >> thank you very much, chairman kerry and thank you to yosef and to the committee members for your interest in this topic. it's a
CSPAN
May 29, 2012 5:30pm EDT
on religious freedom in the united states has unfolded these past several months he's made himself a worthy success yoor to two predecessor bishops in the first catholic diseize in our country. and cardinal james gibbons, whose 1887 roman sermon as mentioned during the conference extolling the american arrangement on church and state helped pave the way toward the second vatican council's landmark declaration on religious freedom. archbishop lory, a native of louisville, kentucky, 150e6d his seminary education in kentucky and mount st. marys in maryland and completed a doctorate in theology at the catholic university of america. after years of service in he became the fourth beneficiary off in bridge fort in 2001 and as he noted last week at the cathedral of mary our queen his education and what it means to be a bishop was enhanced by an encounter with a third grader in greenwich, connecticut, who when asked what bishops do during one of bishop lory's visits to our school shot her arm up, was recognized and brightly replied bishops move diagonally and protect the king. one need not be annen
FOX News
May 29, 2012 12:00pm PDT
this comports with the constitution and united states and international law. white house spokesman charge any got a lot of questions about this at the briefing but insisted this is fully consistent with united states law. >> we were at all times going to act in a manner both lawful and consistent with our values. and he has done that in both cases, very serious about protecting the united states and the citizens. >> now carney referred to a speech given by the president's counterterrorism advisor last month here in washington, dc, and he said the program is consistent with international law because the united states right now is at war with al qaeda so we have wide latitude to launch the drone strikes at yemen or pakistan. what is interesting about that, same justification used by the bush administration. for some of their acts. >>trace: and did the president have a different view of executive power during the 2008 campaign. >>reporter: he ripped into the bush administration saying they had too muscular approach to executive power and now there are questions whether that is the case after "ne
CSPAN
May 28, 2012 9:00pm EDT
, the united states, and the japanese. it shows the asia perimeter as it was just before the war. and this was so volatile in 1941 that it will lead the two countries, the united states and japan to act out the stage of battle right here on oahu on december 7th, 1941. in order to show both sides of this story, you're looking at a gallery that is state of mind america. it shows through newsreels from the 1930s to 1941, the kind of the social structure of the united states, the political structure of the united states, and also the military structure of the united states. these are the newsreels that people watched in their theaters. this is how they got their visual news. and this was their interpretation of the going crisis with japan, and also in europe. it was a very dangerous time leading up to 1941, and this shows america caught in between, whether it should intervene or isolate itself from the world events. this part of the exhibit deals with the whole idea of espionage and code breaking. and this machine you see here called the purple decoder machine actually was scrambling
CNN
May 29, 2012 7:00pm EDT
,000 syrians dead. today the only response was symbolic. eight countries including the united states expelling syrian diplomats. in the year when the president is running on his foreign policy victories syria is becoming a lightning rod. >> this administration has a foreign policy which abandons american leadership. i know because i visit with these people that they are ready to help these people and they are helping them some. it cries out for american leadership. >> and today mitt romney said the president's lack of leadership has resulted in a policy of paralysis and we should work with partners to arm the opposition. now, that is something a lot of people -- that's a lightning rod in itself. and the obama administration is holding firm on its stance of no military action. >> no military action is always an option. and we haven't in this case removed options from the table. we do not believe that militarization for the situation in syria at this point is the right course of action. we believe it would lead to greater chaos and greater carnage. >> but will american intervention stop blood sh
CSPAN
May 29, 2012 12:00pm EDT
attack in the united states in view of taking oath not to harm it when he was awarded his american citizenship. he responded that he lied when he took the oath. that shahzad's lie amount to betrayal and does not fall under permissible lying if the enemy during times of war. please request that pakistani taliban brothers to address this matter. also draw their attention to the fact that brother faisal shahzad appeared in photograph alongside commander f masoud. leader of attp. when he acquires american citizenship this requires taking an oath to not to harm america if he is unaware of this matter he should be informed of it. we must act swiftly to remove the suspicion that he engaged in the betrayal. the times square attempted attack was not only one that had the al qaeda no hand in pakistan. it is clear from the letters that the group's indiscriminate attacks, pakistani taliban's indiscrimenant attacks against muslims were of major concern to al qaeda. this led them to write a letter to respected brother massoud, the leader of the ttp. the authors explicitly stated that the satisfa
CNN
May 29, 2012 3:00pm PDT
gears up for the general election? >>> a fresh round of angry words in syria. united states today joined seven western nations in expelling syrian diplomats in outrage over friday's massacre of 108 civilians including 49 children in this syrian village of hula. >> this weekend's massacre is a horrifying testament to this regime's depravity. this was clearly a way to demonstrate the international community's absolute disgust and horror at the actions taken by the assad regime. >> jessica yellin was among those listening as the president denounced the killing. i understand mr. carr aney sayi it's important to show the outrage, but president assad is not exactly shaking in his boots. what is the administration hoping to accomplish? >> they're trying to accepted a message to further isolate the regime, but they acknowledge it's really meant as a symbolic gesture and another step to reflect the international communities disgust. but they admit that this diplomatic action is going to stop the killing. >> i know it's hard, but when you see the horrifying pictures, one of the reasons that the un
CNN
May 29, 2012 1:00pm PDT
of the united states making the medal of freedom presentation to 13 outstanding individuals from here in the united states and around the world, 13 individuals who well deserve the nation's highest civilian award. >>> and happening now, donald trump's support for mitt romney is in the spotlight along with trump's embrace of conspiracy theories of president obama's birth certificate. this hour, i'll ask donald trump about his appearance later tonight and whether he's doing his candidate more harm than good. >>> blaming the syrian government for a weekend massacre that the white house calls a depravity, that the obama administration is only going so far as doling out punishment. are the president's hands tied by russia? >>> raul castro's daughter is making a very public appearance in new york city. we're looking at what she's doing here and why it's a punch in the gut for so many cuban-americans. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> on the same day that mitt romney is set to make history is refusing to back away from donald trump an
CSPAN
May 29, 2012 4:00pm EDT
. the united states and others have made some substantial seizures, but clearly a lot more needs to be done to e. working collaboratively with asian countries in order to reduce demand. >> improve international efforts to reduce trafficking of all kinds. and we'll hear today from our witnesses that the international community has also expanded its efforts to track money and to follow that money throughout the trafficking business. before it's too late, we need to explore dr. douglas hamilton visited with us last week and we scheduled this hearing on somewhat short notice. i appreciate his leadership over many, many years. he is the founder of save the elephants and he has spent the last 40 years on elephant conservation in africa. gentlemen we welcome you here today. this is a somewhat out of the ordinary hearing. . >> thank you to our witnesses for everything you are doing. i was just sharing with dr. douglas hamilton before we began that my own experience in traveling in uganda and kenya 25 years ago included visiting a national park that had been almost now president yosemite was seeking
FOX News
May 29, 2012 3:00pm PDT
the legal justification in a speech last month. >> matter of international law, the united states is in an armed conflict with al-qaeda, taliban and associated forces. in response to the 9/11 attac attacks. we may use force consistent with the right of national self-defense. >> language former bush administration note is strikingly familiar to republican justifications that candidate obama ripped in 2008. >> represents a 180 in the direction. hypocritical, he continues to criticize those believing in enhanced interrogation but does this which is more intrucetive, i'd say. >> republicans question the timing of the massive leak to "new york times" and whether it was aimed to make the president look more hawkish in an election year. >> why this information and the fact that the people are targeted let out to the press is shocking. fits a pattern of abuse. intelligence and national security information. >> white house officials insist there is nothing inappropriate and notes the president more direct hands-on approach delivered results. notably, taking out usama bin laden. >> presiden
PBS
May 29, 2012 3:00pm PDT
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> woodruff: the united states and other nations expelled syrian diplomats today, expressing outrage over the weekend massacre. good evening. i'm judy woodruff. >> warner: and i'm margaret warner. on the newshour tonight, we have an on-the-ground report from the city of homs, and an interview with ambassador gary dewer from canada, one of the countries taking action against its syrian envoy. >> woodruff: then, two takes on the presidential race. we look at mitt romney as he secures the republican nomination after today's primary in texas. >> warner: and gwen ifill reports on the push by both campaigns to court hispanics. >> immigration is a big issue, but not the top concern for hispanic voters here in colorado and elsewhere. both governor romney and president obama are talking about the economy. >> woodruff: plus, ray suarez examines the use of drone strikes to target al qaeda militants, and president obama's hand in approving the list of terrorists to kill. >> warner: and as author toni morrison is awarded the presidential medal o
CSPAN
May 29, 2012 5:00pm EDT
situation. i think on balance our european friends and allies believe the united states a is at at table and working hard, trying to deal with increasing problems on the financial side of things, we're trying to work together to get economies balanced and get people back to work in a very big world where the europeans are the number one trading partners. we are intertwined, but domestically here at home, recovering politician, people better start paying attention because this is a democracy that is not a sideline game. it is a representative democracy which means people have to suit up, sit up, and vote, and we're losing that battle, and wiewr losing that battle, unfortunately, i think, because if there's more cynicism because it appears to be chic, then there is really an imperative for people to show up, but part of it is, you know, the sense of partisanship so i think if we can get to where heather wants to be, which is bipartisan national security and foreign policy, that would be great. my vote is for non partisan, getting ourselves to a place -- because we agree so very, very often
CNN
May 29, 2012 4:00am PDT
not want a full-on military conflict with the united states. what they prefer are these small scale one-off attacks. we saw, frankly, the most egregious up to this report was the plot to assassinate the saudi ambassador here in the united states. so we do see the iranians using these sorts of tactics, these methods as provocation without going so far as to launch a military attack. >> but why target the diplomats in eyazerbajan. >> i think the iranians are anticipating real effect of the increase in sanctions particularly those targeting the oil sector, the fact they pulled back on that makes sense. we're feeling heat from the american sections and the u.s. alliance with israel. certainly americans are not immune. we've seen in the 1980s the barracks bombing. this wouldn't be the first time, it's the most recent attack. >> you said last night if this is true this would constitute an act of war. what would that mean effectively? >> this came up with an attack on a diplomat on u.s. soil. this is frankly an extension of the debate that started then so any attack against an american officia
CSPAN
May 29, 2012 12:45am EDT
in this country when we are taking away all their jobs? my view is if it can be made in the united states it should be made in the united states. in hamilton you go to those old republicans -- [applause] they believe that. the old republicans that built this economy, hamilton, henry clay, lincoln, mckinley. we wrote a book the great betrayal. they are discouraged in the free trade. they believed free trade because we are going to dump our goods there and charge tariffs on goods coming in here. they were not about a level playing field, they were about winning. >> a lot of liberals would agree and i remember one story they told me someone came to interview you and she was right you had a very long hair. she said i think he may have been gay. [laughter] you're the first that spoken about the power in politics. >> i think that it was in iowa and a fellow came along and i think that he was gay, he had a hearing and stuff. [laughter] most of the time when i grew up they didn't have a hearings and stuff. but he was in the car with me driving along asking me questions and he was clearly a left w
MSNBC
May 29, 2012 3:00am PDT
nearly a year and a half of slaughter, it's far past time for the united states to begin to lead. the united states should work with partners to organize and arm syrian opposition groups to defend themselves. the bloodshed makes clear our goal must be a new syrian government that contributes to peace in the middle east and represents the brave syrian people. we can stop there for a moment. you know what -- >> the chairman of the joint chiefs was on cnn yesterday as well. i think this is the president, not because of what john mccain is saying or what mitt romney is saying but because he knows, i believe, it is time to let assad know that time for talking is over. military action may be around the corner. this is what the chairman of the joint chief said on sunday. >> my job is to provide the chief with options. i think the military option should be considered. i think -- but, my preference, of course, always, as a senior military leader would be the international community could find ways of increasing the pressure on asaid to do the right thing and step aside. >> you have the ch
NBC
May 28, 2012 5:30pm PDT
, virginia, the 9 to 12 states we think ultimately decide who the president of the united states is going to be. >> and savannah, a little bit of history. veterans picked bill clinton over george w.h. bush who is a world war ii veteran, and george bush over john kerry, who served in vietnam. this will be the first election since world war ii is which neither candidate is a veteran. savannah. >> nbc's kristen welker at the white house, thank you. >>> around the rest of the country, parades and tributes to the country's fallen service men and women this memorial day. that was the case in downers grove, illinois, and nbc's kevin tibbles was there. >> on main streets in small towns and big cities, they marched. in honor of those who have served, in remembrance of those who made the ultimate sacrifice. >> god bless them. they're our children. those are our children. >> and lining the sidewalks, those old enough to remember and those who are not. for them, today is a day of learning. >> i think it's very important to impress upon them the sacrifices that other people make for the freedoms and t
FOX News
May 29, 2012 2:00pm PDT
to "the five." would have long can the united states survive if half the country is getting some kind of check from the government? we have new stats that show 49.1%, almost 50% of the u.s. is getting government assistance in some form. eric, it's troubling, because this is the way that greece went. right? now, the question if you read the story a little bit more, it says families are becoming multigenerational. a lot of people are doubling up and moving home with their parents. grandparents are moving in with them. they say the "wall street journal," even if it wasn't happening because of the recession people would be getting more check from the government. >> eric: any way you slice it. look at the chart from the lower left to the upper right. chart is going up. president obama blast the right side of the chart right there. things aren't getting better. no matter what you hear on tv or how many times the president takes a victory lap saying it's better when we took over. it's not. if you look at that number, stood stamps up 4% from when he took over. $80 billion of food stamps, for
CNN
May 28, 2012 8:00pm PDT
for america abroad. there's no reason to apologize for the united states of america, and i will not do so if i'm president. >> errol? >> amazing, amazing. look, it's the name of his book, "no apology." he's made it a centerpiece of his campaign and it just didn't happen. politifact gave mitt romney a pants on fire rating because the reality is the president went to cairo and made major speeches, he went to the united nations, he spoke at the cia headquarters. he said over and over again the same things over and over again, which is based on shared values, common interests and mutual respect, he wants to inaugurate a new relationship between america and the world. it was something he campaigned on. it was something he promised. it's something he's begun to deliver on. never does he say i'm sorry. i'm sorry for what the united states has done. what he has said is that there's going to be a new policy. there's going to be a new approach. that he wants to have a new diplomatic relationship. he uses the words of diplomacy. >> do you think these stereotypes are rooted in a hangover from the late '60
SFGTV2
May 29, 2012 3:00am PDT
department not turning over what would have been -- evidence in his first trial. the united states supreme court reversed the verdict of the jury in this decision. he has found an organization called resurrection after exoneration to help other people seek justice in their respective cases. to his left -- this is the executive director of california death penalty focus, where she works to abolish the death penalty. she did preside as the warden over several executions. natasha is the death penalty policy director for the american civil liberties union of northern california. she previously worked as a deputy public defender in alameda county, and was a staff attorney with the california task force on criminal instructions. she is also working on the effort to abolish the death penalty in california and pursuing the goal of reforming capital sentencing procedure. before we start with the first question, we have a short video. i have been told that this is a video from the former warden of the mississippi prison. >> it is clear that the execution will take place and something happens. they m
CSPAN
May 29, 2012 7:00pm EDT
building. several years ago, when joe lieberman was nominated to be vice president of the united states during the 2000 election, that was an unprecedented event. he was the first jewish american on a national presidential ticket. but it was also a capstone of many things that had happened beforehand in terms of how american jews and including orthodox jews have been accepted into american society and been able to be full participants because of the wonderful blessings of religious liberty that we have in america. when stephen breyer seven years before that was nominated to the supreme court of the united states, and he was going to be the second jewish justice to sit on the court. now there are three. but he's going to be the second jewish justice on the court at the time, nobody commented on the fact that, oh, there are going to be two jewish justices on the supreme court when, for decades, there have been the jewish seat. one jewish seat held by cardoza and frankfurter and so on. by the time breyer was nominated it was really no big deal because that was a capstone on a trend. here,
NBC
May 29, 2012 6:30pm EDT
stop them if he wanted. after months of threats, the united states today ordered syria's top diplomat expelled. >> he is no longer welcome in the united states. >> reporter: and germany, britain, france, spain, the netherlands, canada and australia all told syrian diplomats to get out. >> this is the most effective way we've got of sending a message of revulsion of what has happened in syria. >> reporter: as the new video shows assad isn't getting the message. and syrian forces still vastly outgun the opposition. today brian the state department accused iran of aiding and abetting the pro-assad militia. activists say the militia is trained by iran and uses the same tactics that iran employed to crush its own rebellion. >> richard engel starting us off tonight, richard, thanks. >>> now to italy, a deadly 5.8 earthquake shook the region this morning. it was just north west of bologna. an area where another quake struck just over a week ago. and once again, our own jim maceda is there. >> reporter: brian, i'm a few miles from the epicenter of the 5.8 tremor which hit this area earlier th
CW
May 29, 2012 12:00pm CDT
victims that died over the weekend due to gun violence. he served eight years in the united states coastguard and was having a picnic with his family members and gunshots rang out. he and another man were shot the father was pronounced dead at hospital and worked full-time as a security officer and just purchased a home with his fiancee. family members and residents say the mayor has to make this a top issue. >> she is only 1 years old and does not have a father what am i going to tell her. i will be fine but what am i going to tell my baby how do i explain that bad things happen to good people. >> what is the plan for the people? we don't care what he does for the out-of-towners or the immigrants what is he going to do for the residents that are here every day we are occupied all the time we are prisoners in our own house. we have it so many veterans in this family and we cannot even celebrate a day to honor them without someone leading reallybleeding really? we're live on the south side. >> on the heels of that violent weekend in chicago the mayor will unveil a new strategy is to
PBS
May 28, 2012 9:00pm PDT
to the united states and said, "look what the united states is doing." you know, indefinite detention. the patriot act. you know, increase surveillance powers. "if the united states can do it, they certainly can't criticize us." and this happened in a number of countries. so, you know, we knew we had to look to ourselves in order to speak to the world. so we began to work with the aclu, pen did, to put together these public readings from these documents. >> you can't believe some of these documents that they've uncovered. and, you know, in a way it's a tribute to this country that the freedom of information act actually works. that you don't actually need wikileaks. like, there is an actual legal way that documents that are quite damaging to the people who committed these acts of atrocity. >> that's something that the book really chronicles is that this was not a case where everybody agreed with these programs. on the -- >> with the torture? >> right. >> you mean, people inside government? >> absolutely. >> there were dissenters? >> in the military, and in all of the intelligence agen
CNN
May 29, 2012 10:00am PDT
you could do the same thing in the united states with hard working states, least hard working states. but the truth is, you have this complete contradiction. people love the fact they can spend the euros country to country. they hate the fact that it means national identity is going down the toilet. >> i got to ask you this question, i got to bring it back to the united states. should americans care about whether or not the euro exists, doesn't exist? what is the bottom line on whether it's good or bad for us? >> well, the only thing that americans need to bear in mind is if the euro goes down the toilet, the sea wash will be so great it will go across the atlantic, the sewage will end up on your doorstep. that much i guarantee. this is not a one-way bet. 50%, i mean, the sheer amount of trade between the u.s. and the eu is so vast, so much bilateral trade, tourism, that i guarantee you, if the euro is in trouble you better get an umbrella out. >> all right. going to get my umbrella out. richard, good to see you as always. thank you for putting it only the way you know how to put it.
CBS
May 29, 2012 7:00am EDT
united states. if greece were to pull out, i think the probability is very high that that would have very serious contagion effects across the eurozone and that that in turn could have a serious impact in the united states and around the world. >> and there's a serious concern today and more people are taking it seriously. >> the problem, charlie, greece has been a problem since the againing. instead of addressing it from the beginning which they should have done, it's gotten worse and worse and worse and now they're finding it difficult to finding a solution. i still think the possibility of greece leaving the eurozone is probably less than 50/50, but even if it stays within the eurozone eurozone, the problems are enormous and that too could create contagion and bank runs ss in spain and elsewhere. if that happens it has the possibility if not for certainty serious impacts here. >> let's talk about your piece today in the journal. you talk about this being the best political environmental for real fiscal action in a lodge time. do you really see something concr
FOX News
May 29, 2012 4:00pm PDT
as commander and chief they are a threat to the united states. none the less, that strong outrage from the aclu. take a listen it's unlawful because it allow the president to kill people including u.s. citizens far from any theater of war. it is dangerous because it sets a precedent. >> now the president's aids are just as firm in saying this is lawful because we're at war with al qaeda right now. and they believe under international law, the president does have this power. he believes there is a threat to the united states. i spoke to some former bush administration officials today who say they believe that as well. but they find it interesting because they think it's a 180 from where president obama was four years ago. >> ed, the white house seems to be pushing back, too. saying the president's approach is working. >> true. i mean, their case, basically is that it's messy business. the president as a candidate another thing that he promised waged a smarter more effective war on terror. if you look at the raid on usama bin laden, for example, he has taken out not just bin laden but a lot of to
CW
May 28, 2012 9:00pm CDT
united states marines says many people need to be reminded of the memorial day to keep thanks >> abstract holiday for a lot of service members even we do not necessarily know that to amend faith these were people >> of ceremony ended with 21 gun salute conducted by sailors from the naval station fitting tribute sites of historic monument nestled in the city's most famous park one break illinois general first honored. monument unveiled july 22nd of 1897 quarter of a million people here to pay tribute. >> north side tradition today. woogms memorial day parade woogms is short for wellington oakdale old glory marching society the group's motto everybody marches nobody just watches. honors holiday celebrates the unofficial beginning of summer. 49th year for that tradition. one week after dozens of iraq and afghanistan war veterans systematically returned their medals during a nato summit to groups held a rally today chicago vietnam war memorial vietnam veterans joined up to draw attention to the neglect of veteran's rights one year anniversary of operation recovery focusing on
FOX News
May 29, 2012 10:00am PDT
-- what, if anything, more the united states should have done to prevent this guy from getting arrested, charged, tried, and now sentenced to 33 years in prison. >>> we also have new developments in the wake of egypt's first free elections. we're expecting massive protests today, after egyptians took their frustrations to the streets. revolutionaries risked life and limb to take down hosni mubarek's new regimen. but as voters are left to choose from mubarek's last prime minister, right, the one under him, and a hard-line islamic candidate on the other hand, their anger is now manifesting itself in a major way. leland vitter, streaming live from cairo, leland. >> reporter: you could say it is here we go again, megyn. behind me, in tahrir square, protestors are out in force, the arabic newspapers here probably show you best what's going on, ahmed shafik under hos -- hosni mubarek, the other, mohammed morsi. what people are so angry about, they don't have anybody in the middle and they're not very happy with their choices. >> angry? more than angry. >> are you going stay in the square and
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is telling the top syrian diplomat to the united states he has to leave. the move comes as several governments also expelled their syrian ambassadors and that is in response to a massacre of syrian villagers by the president of assad. and tom, how long does he have to get out? >> reporter: not long. he said that he has 72 hours to leave the united states. this comes as governments earn the world have been reacting strongly to the u.n. and qualifying as the execution's of 108 people of the syrian government's crackdown against protestors. damascus and the united nation's invy met with serious president and told him if the government doesn't cease the attack, it would force into action. the white house today, officials say at this point, all options are on the table, the military action is not the first choice. >> we don't believe that militarization, the situation in syria at this point is the right course of action and we believe that it would lead to greater chaos and carpage. >> and that is at this -- at this point, and they don't want it to be a future of blood shed and issue an
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